Christophe Harbour Blog

Getting involved in the Caribbean Relief Effort

By Ben in Community, Marina, Nature and Environment

Christophe Harbour and the greater St. Kitts and Nevis community are fortunate to have been well protected through the recent storm activity, but a number of our island neighbors were hit particularly hard.

To support our neighbors we have partnered with YachtAid Global, the disaster relief aid and humanitarian support service focused on remote coastal communities, and is the organization’s regional base of operations for assisting in the relief effort.

But what can you do to get involved? The Women Who Lve On Rocks blog has the answer. They have compiled an extensive list of relief sites from every corner of the Caribbean. Check out some of those sites below ...

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Christophe Harbour Resident Talks about Life on St. Kitts

By admin in Beach, Community, Nature and Environment, St. Kitts

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St. Kitts Recognized for Rainforest Conservation Efforts

By admin in Nature and Environment

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St. Kitts Leatherback Sea Turtle makes its way to Massachusetts

By Katherine in Christophe Harbour Foundation, Nature and Environment, St. Kitts

A leatherback turtle from St.Kitts found earlier this month off the coast of Massachusetts in the North Atlantic Ocean. The turtle, named Kitty, was originally tagged in St. Kitts by the The St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network (SKSTMN). Exciting news for Dr. Kimberly Stewart and her team at SKSTMN. Kitty's movements can be tracked online. 

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The Caribbean Unknown

By Katherine in Nature and Environment

Modern science tells us that we, the human animal, utilize only 10% of our brain. Since middle-school biology class, we’ve puzzled over this. 10%? How can that be? A cure for polio, gravity-defying rocket launches to the moon, the internet, the iPad, cloning, master symphonies—all achieved using only 1/10th of our cognitive ability? While the other 90% naps or rouses itself to eat a bon bon or two before returning to slumber? What, then, could be achieved were we to goad our entire minds into action?

Now, consider this.

The Caribbean, that modern day paradise to world-travelers and celebrity elite, is only 2% inhabited. You read that right. When we talk of the Caribbean, of St. Kitts, St. Barths, St....

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